Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Your mom saved a bunch of money on her car insurance.

We had another mandatory faculty meeting with the superintendent. We had one last month too. Now let me stop you before you think that I am anti-administration. It's not that. It's not that at all. I'm anti-phoniness and I'm talking about my own. The superintendent started with telling us that he had some good news. He said that he just saved a bunch of money on his car insurance. And I gave that fake laugh. It's not like I could have respond in an insolent manner.

"Oh yeah? Can you tell me 'who let the dogs out?'"

"Or 'where's the beef?'"

"Great! Now do the Macarena!"

What's even worse is that he used the same joke the month before. Still, I laughed with the rest of the teachers. And we did it because of the whole position of power element. It's like how your students are always respecting you as their teacher and doing everything that you ask, even though they don't want to. Wait a second...

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